Tag Archives: Library of Congress

Libraries, Databases and Information Sources affected by the Federal Government Shutdown

The Federal Government Shutdown has affected the following institutions. These are institutions that serve the American people and citizens of the world by connecting people to valuable information and resources. I will update this list as more websites and institutions are forced to shutdown due to a lack of funding. Please feel free to comment […]

The future of bibliographic discovery, access and delivery

How can libraries win back the users they have lost to search engines, wikis and open source programs? The Library of Congress, OCLC, the Research Information Network and the National Library of Australia all agree that changes in library database and catalog access could be the answer. In his article featured in the 2011 issue […]